Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Sooke was nice. I couldn't get as close to the water as I wanted as I wanted to chill in a parking lot somewhere and write my blog and read my book but there was all housing along the shoreline and no real entry to get there. So I found this little gravel area from the side of the main road which overlooked part of the bay. I opened my back car door and sat in the back of my car for a while but eventually closed the door and passed out for a nap. After waking, I decided to ...
... Mugsy pete. Time to shop now. It wasn't the best Walmart and prices were not as great as the US stores but we cheapened it as much as possible, next stop was Canadian tire ( kind of a cross between bunnings, BCF and super cheap...) few things missing from the list so after quick grocery shop so we head to the one and only...IKEA. Now we have a stocked up car, two very exhausted ( financially scarred) shoppers and no plans for here on in. We use the car park at ikea to unpack and get rid ...
There is a bottle neck in the coursework for CELTA and one of my colleagues Graham says he feels like he's riding the 'Struggle bus'... Me? I have a season ticket. One of 4 assignments was a timed affair which included 11 instructions about how to write 100-150 words. Why oh why then did I only pass it on third submission? When oh when is a timed assessment something you can resubmit? Who oh who in Cambridge thinks that's a appropriate way ...
... then Melbourne, and then to the final destination of Sydney. Nervous?! Naawwwww not me! (Ya right) But more then nervous, I'm really really excited! So sit back and enjoy the adventures I share, in hopes that you can live vicariously through them, and enjoy it as much as I am! I'll do my best to keep it all updated, as well as put as many pictures on as I can! So... Here we ...
... of school day time, so they were as crowded with traffic as you might see in Sydney (a downside to the lack of Freeways/Expressways etc I guess).
Tomorrow? Off to a couple of Historical Sites, at least ... a restored 1920's section of Burnaby, one of the towns that was swallowed up by Greater Vancouver in the late 1920's, and a recreation of one of the 'Forts' set up by the Hudson's Bay Company in the area, way back before Vancouver was even thunk ...